Uses live action and graphic techniques to explain weather in terms of its three basic elements–heat, air and water–showing the part each plays in making different kinds of weather and explaining how moving air masses cause weather changes. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC . Topic: weather
Shows how weather affects our lives, what causes the weather and how weather conditions are measured and forecast. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC . Topic: weather
byAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science
Weather Modification Discusses the psychosocial causes of alienation among young adults as a means of exploring individual and group attitudes about drugs and about intra-family relationships. Particular attention is given to communication within the family. Topics: Weather control, Weather control
Shows various types of clouds; explains low and high pressure areas and how to forecast weather from the study of clouds. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC . Topic: weather
byTime-Life Braodcasting, Inc; McGraw-Hill Book Company
Explains the problems of predicting and controlling the weather by examining a hurricane from the inside, by observing cloud formations from a satellite, and by following the trip of a weather balloon Topics: Weather forecasting, Weather control, Weather control, Weather forecasting
Weather affects our daily lives.The elements of weather: rain, wind, fog, ice and snow affect the operation and flight of an airplane. In this program, NASA and FAA researchers will introduce students to math, science, and weather; demonstrate how these elements influence flight; and show how NASA and FAA research is used to limit the effects of these elements on flight. Students will examine: the tools, techniques, and technologies used by engineers and scientists to detect these and other... Topics: NASA, aviation, aeronautics, weather
(April 20, 1993) Episode #11 of What’s in the News, Space looks at weather stations. The program is intended for grades 4-7. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC . Topics: NASA, weather
In “The Case of the Phenomenal Weather”, students can join the tree house detectives as they plan a trip to the Caribbean and encounter problems trying to predict the weather. In this case the tree house detectives will learn about violent storms such as hurricanes and tornadoes, weather fronts, global wind patterns and climates. While solving the case, they will discover that predicting the weather is not predictable at all! To license this film and get a higher quality version for... Topics: NASA, weather
Introduces the concept of the water cycle and explains evaporation and condensation. Shows that water in the air is responsible for clouds, fog, dew, rain, hail and snow. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC . Topics: weather, water cycle
byNational Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
Shows how Dr Joseph Smagorinsky and his colleagues at the Environmental Science Services Administration experiment with mathematical equations and computers for predicting the weather. Morris Shamos, Roscoe Braham of the University of Chicago, Louis Battan of the Institute for Atmospheric Physics, and Jerome Spar of the U.S. Weather Bureau discuss rain, hail, and lightning. Research is aimed at modifying large-scale weather systems, such as cyclones. From the Science and engineering TV journal... Topics: Numerical weather forecasting, Meteorology, Meteorology, Numerical weather forecasting
With Gemini 5's space flight as a backdrop, the impending destruction of Hurricane Betsy, or 'Billion-dollar Betsy' as she came to be known, is expressed in vivid shots of the storm forming and trekking across the Atlantic. 'A Hurricane Called Betsy,' shows the monstrously disastrous, billion dollar, storm as it slammed into New Orleans at 110 miles per hour, with stories and tales from people in the midst of the chaos. Hurricane Betsy was a costly precursor to the levee breaches of Hurricane... Topics: Tiros Weather Satellite, Project Gemini, Hurricane Betsy, Hurricane, Storm, Corps Of Engineering,...
byAmerican Meteorological Society; Universal Education and Visual Arts; Ward's Natural Science Establishment, inc; National Film Board of Canada; Education Development Center
Also issued in super 8 mm A view of the field of meteorology. Describes interrelationships, potentials, and unsolved problems of the atmospheric sciences. Includes effects of solar radiation, current research on general circulation, numerical forecasting, hurricane reconnaissance, satellite meteorology, and weather modification Summary Reports on current circulation research, numerical forecasting, satellite meteorology and weather modification. Shows the effects of solar radiation on the earth... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Meteorology, Geophysics, Weather and climate Meteorology, Meteorology,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Describes and develops two mechanisms, coalescence and glaciation, which are responsible for the growth of cloud droplets to the size of raindrops. Topics: Fomation of Raindrops, Physical change (Physics), Weather and climate, Atmospheric science,...
Created by Cenco in 1961, this film discusses radioactive fallout and describes the types of radiation involved, how such radiation spreads, and how it affects living matter. Explains what is being done to understand and solve the problems associated with nuclear radiation. In this era, the health effects of fallout were not well understood. This film makes an earnest attempt to discuss fallout and makes several important points about how dangerous it can be. At this time public sentiment was... Topics: Civil Defense, X-ray generator, Uranium, Weather Balloon, Nuclear fallout, Radiation, Atomic Bomb,...